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(1) The M

obius strip (see figure 3.5 in K

uhnel) is parametrized by the map

u

u

u

f (u, v) = sin(u) + v sin( ) sin(u), cos(u) + v sin( ) cos(u), v cos( )

2

2

2

(1)

(i) Show that f (0, v) = f (2, v). In particular, f (0, 0) = f (2, 0).

(ii) Show that there is no normal vector field of unit length on the Mobius strip

f

which satisfies (0, 0) = (2, 0). (Hint: Compute f

u v at the points (0, 0)

and (2, 0). Now argue by contradiction.)

(2) The catenoid is described parametrically by

f (x, y) = (cosh x cos y, cosh x sin y, x),

(x, y) (, ) [0, 2]

(2)

(ii) Find the metric on the catenoid.

(iii) Let t := (t, t) [0, 2]. Find the image of the Gauss map (t ), and describe

the set {p S 2 : t, p

/ (t )}.

(iv) Find the Weingarten map (or Shape Operator) of the catenoid.

(3) Prove the following statement. Let S be an oriented regular surface, and let : S R

be a smooth function with compact support. Then the integral

Z

dA

(3)

S

(4) Show that the Gauss map is independent of the choice of oriented parametrization.

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